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For Enrique Limardo, being a successful chef is both an opportunity to foster new talent and to feed those most in need.
Here’s what you should know about how spoiled fruits and vegetables can affect nearby items and how to decide whether it’s still OK to eat.
The Colombian and Guatemalan founders of Quintal Coffee explain how the coffee industry was "stolen away from the origin." They have plans to get it back.
Top bakers spill their best-kept secrets and their favorite varieties, from Northern Spy to Granny Smith.
San Marzano, plum, whole, peeled, unpeeled ... what's the best of the best? We've got answers.
If you spot perfectly golden tortilla chips in a clear bag with no brand name, you know you’ve found what you're looking for.
Not all mayonnaise tastes the same, and when it comes to selecting a brand like Hellmann's or Duke's, chefs have clear favorites.
A regular diet soda habit can affect your weight, heart, gut, bones and even your brain. Here's how.
Additives like titanium dioxide and brominated vegetable oil may be dangerous if consumed too often.
Whether you're eating at home or dining out with a big group, here are the best dishes to order.
Every time you microwave a bowl of spaghetti, an Italian grandmother rolls over in her grave.
Chicago, New York, Seattle... these are just a few of the cities associated with extremely specific hot dog toppings.
This month's favorites: lots of chicken, s'mores cookie bars and a pie recipe for even the laziest baker.
Even Barack Obama says no one past the age of 8 should do it.
You might want to put down that diet soda.
Experts weigh in on whether it’s time to switch up your go-to brewing method.
The right size to make your patties, how not to season them and more great tips.
Is it dangerous for kids to eat them? And what temperature should we cook them to?
We talked with nutritionists, and here’s what they had to say.
If you don't like watery tomatoes, one simple pantry ingredient can change everything.